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Acquired Spinal Injury

An 'acquired' spinal injury can mean a traumatic or non-traumatic injury.

Examples of a traumatic Injury:

  • A fall
  • A car accident
  • Sporting accident

Examples of a non-traumatic Injury:

  • Bacterial infections such as tuberculosis
  • Viral infections e.g. transverse myelitis
  • Spinal stroke blood clots (thrombosis)
  • Haemorrhage (bleeding)
  • Non-malignant growths (tumours) which press on the spinal cord
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